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What to Expect and How to Act in an NYC Bar

While waiting patiently for a beer, I saw what in New York bar terms is the greatest no-no that anyone could do to a bartender: a guy waved money to get a drink. On the surface, this may not seem rude or inappropriate, but this action makes the person on

Kick off your US Career Search the Right Way, Part 2: Resources for Licensed Fields

The second part of this two-part series, employment expert Sarah Olson shares tips on how licensed professionals can succeed.

Changing Locations Could Be the Best Thing for your Startup (It Was for Us)

Mexican entrepreneur Pablo Rivera shares why he moved his app company to the Big Apple.

A Simple Tax Preparation Checklist for Entrepreneurs and Small-Business Owners

CPA Allan Madan gives New York International readers a helpful checklist for tax time.

Kick off your US Career Search the Right Way, Part 1: Reviewing the Basics

Employee services professional Sarah Olson shares how internationals can ready themselves for the U.S. job market.

Top Pitch Opportunities for Startups in NYC

We highlight eight of NYC's best pitch events to help you reach target investors and essential seed capital.


 

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April 18, 2014

The 2014 Tribeca Film Festival Cheat Sheet Some of the best new, and classic, films from across the world are coming to NYC for what is sure to be another incredible 12 days of screenings, talks and events throughout Lower Manhattan. Here’s our cheat sheet to everything you should know about the 2...

By Gray Line

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April 18, 2014

Scungilli and Red Sauce in the South Bronx Overflowing with calamari, shrimp, and, as a bonus for those who care about such things, sliced tender scungilli, the seafood salad was served family-style to the extreme and more than enough even for our gluttonous family....

By Brian Silverman

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April 18, 2014

Technology and Smiles: Brooklyn Bakery Brings In the Dough With iPad POS and Analytics What separates those who succeed and those who don’t succeed are two things. First, an executive and team who has the vision and passion to make a great product and treat customers well....

By Ramon Ray

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